Complete List Of Taylor Swift Albums And Discography

Taylor Swift Albums And Discography

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This Complete List Of Taylor Swift’s Studio Albums And Songs presents the entire discography of Taylor Swift’s studio albums. Taylor Swift was born on December 13, 1989. She hails from the area of West Reading, Pennsylvania. This list of Taylor Swift’s studio albums has been presented chronologically. All albums are displayed with the original CD and album covers. All original release dates with each Taylor Swift album have also been included. Every album listed below also contains the entire tracks list for each release.

Taylor Swift is probably the most successful pop music artist of the 21st century. Taylor Swift is a force with more power than any other musical artist at this given moment in time. In 2024, she has become even more significant for so many reasons. However, beyond her incredible success, Taylor Swift has become a pop culture phenomenon. Not many musical artists in history have achieved this type of status. The first was Elvis Presley. The King was responsible for changing the landscape of music and culture at the time. He scared the heck out of many people at the time, convinced that he would corrupt the youth of America. He had that type of impact. He changed the course of music. The Beatles were the second pop culture phenomenon to come along and do the same thing. However, the music that they released inspired generation after generation of musicians. They remain the most significant musical act of all time because of the music catalog they bestowed upon the world.

There have been other huge artists since The Beatles. Musical acts such as Bruce Springsteen, Prince, James Brown, Madonna, and of course, Michael Jackson became bigger than life. Their popularity expanded beyond their music. Yet, what we have witnessed in the past 10 years with Taylor Swift is something we have never seen before. No other artist has connected with a particular population segment like Taylor Swift. Her music, performances, and persona are connected with millions of young women who have fallen in love with Taylor Swift as we all fell in love with The Beatles and Elvis.

Those older musical acts connected with all aspects of society to a point. Taylor Swift’s connection with her audience is more targeted. Yet it’s a huge target. I have never seen younger women so connected with an artist as I have seen the ones connected with Taylor Swift. If you have ever attended a Taylor Swift concert, look around. The girls scream louder at Taylor Swift concerts than Beatles and Elvis Presley concerts.

It’s an uncontrollable scream. It’s uncontrollable applause. It’s an out-of-world connection in popular music that we have never seen before. The reason is simple. Taylor Swift is genuine, and she speaks to a generation of women who relate to her more than they have related to anybody else in their lives. Taylor Swift feels their pain, their hope, their joy, and, of course, their dreams. Above all, they believe in Taylor Swift, and in return, Taylor Swift has opened her heart to them through her lyrics, melodies, and actions. It’s a bond never seen before in pop culture. Below is all the proof you need.

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift 2006 Debut Studio Album

Released October 24, 2006

When Taylor Swift’s debut album was first released, I noticed many of my teenage piano students wanted to learn her songs. They learned them and played and sang them with such genuine intensity while seemingly relating to the songs.  It’s not often that a high school student like Taylor Swift gets signed to a major label recording contract. Yet, it was because she was still in high school writing these songs that young teenage girls could relate to the stories that Taylor Swift was writing about. Instantly, Taylor Swift connected with an audience of her peers who believed she was telling their stories. She became their voice and their friend forever…… It all started with her debut album.

Each of the 11 tracks bore Swift’s writing signature, with a trio of them being her solo creations. The album was a collaborative effort, with industry stalwarts like Robert Ellis Orrall, Brian Maher, Angelo Petraglia, and Liz Rose sharing credits. But make no mistake, this was Swift’s show, her diary set to melody, reflecting on teenage tribulations from love’s first blush to the sting of rejection. This is why these songs were so relatable.

The album’s sonic landscape was unapologetically country, yet tinged with pop and rock sensibilities. Acoustic strings met banjos in a dance that was both familiar and fresh, courtesy of producers Orrall and Nathan Chapman. Swift’s narrative prowess shone through singles like “Our Song” and “Should’ve Said No,” both reigning atop the Hot Country Songs chart, while “Teardrops on My Guitar” etched her name into the Billboard Hot 100’s top 15.

Swift’s grassroots promotion was anything but typical; her embrace of Myspace as a platform was a trailblazing move that blurred the lines between fans and artists. Hitting the road for a six-month radio tour and warming up stages for country legends, Swift was on a mission, and the world was taking note. “Taylor Swift” wasn’t just nominated for Album of the Year at the 2008 Academy of Country Music Awards; it was a cultural milestone that spent 24 weeks atop the Top Country Albums chart and became a mainstay on the Billboard 200.

CD Songs List

1. Tim McGraw
2. Picture To Burn
3. Teardrops On My Guitar
4. A Place In This World
5. Cold As You
6. The Outside
7. Tied Together With A Smile
8. Stay Beautiful
9. Should’ve Said No
10. Mary’s Song (Oh My My My)
11. Our Song

Fearless

Taylor Swift 2008 Fearless Album

Released November 11, 2008

Released two years after her debut album, Taylor Swift’s Fearless album turned the young singer-songwriter into a mega-music star. The album won numerous awards, including Album Of The Year at the Grammy Awards. At only twenty, Taylor Swift became the youngest musical artist to win the Album of the Year Award. Of course, none of those awards would have happened without the heartfelt, genuine songs Taylor Swift released on the album.

Once again, and probably even more so than in her debut, Taylor Swift connected with her audience of young female fans. Songs like “Love Story,” fueled by a Romeo and Juliet-like situation, completely resonated with teens. The song “You Belong To Me” defines the yearning for a boy being treated horribly by his girlfriend. It was a familiar story that so many young people could relate to. Those connections in Taylor Swift’s lyrics to her fans continued to fuel a relationship between Taylor Swift and her audience that would become immeasurable.

CD Songs List

1. Fearless
2. Fifteen
3. Love Story
4. Hey Stephen
5. White Horse
6. You Belong With Me
7. Breathe
8. Tell Me Why
9. You’re Not Sorry
10. The Way I Loved You
11. Forever & Always
12. The Best Day
13. Change

Platinum Edition

1. Fearless
2. Fifteen
3. Love Story
4. Hey Stephen
5. White Horse
6. You Belong With Me
7. Breathe
8. Tell Me Why
9. You’re Not Sorry
10. The Way I Loved You
11. Forever & Always
12. The Best Day
13. Change
14. Jump Then Fall
15. Untouchable
16. Forever & Always (piano version)
17. Come In With The Rain
18. Superstar
19. The Other Side Of The Door

Speak Now

Taylor Swift albums Speak Now

Released October 25, 2010

Taylor Swift’s third album, Speak Now, quickly proved that there was no stopping her immense talent from generating scores of new fans without disappointing those following her career since her debut. Speak Now was Taylor Swift’s somewhat first adult album. Taylor Swift was no longer a kid but a woman who seemed to have a score to settle with some of her past relationships. Her fans ate it up.  The Speak Now album spawned six hit singles, starting with the song “Mine,” which was released in August of 2010.

The single releases would continue, with the second single released in November of 2010 called “Back to December.” The album’s third single, “Mine,” was released in March 2011. A fan favorite called “The Story of Us” was released in April 2011.  The cool, grooving song “Sparks Fly” was released in July of 2011 as the album approached its first year anniversary. The final single was released in December of 2011, called “Ours.” 

The Speak Now album hit number one on the US Billboard Top 200 album charts and the US Billboard Country Albums Charts. It has stayed on the charts consistently since its release over twelve years ago.

CD Songs List

1. Mine
2. Sparks Fly
3. Back To December
4. Speak Now
5. Dear John
6. Mean
7. The Story Of Us
8. Never Grow Up
9. Enchanted
10. Better Than Revenge
11. Innocent
12. Haunted
13. Last Kiss
14. Long Live

Deluxe Edition 2 Cds

Disc One:
1. Mine
2. Sparks Fly
3. Back To December
4. Speak Now
5. Dear John
6. Mean
7. The Story Of Us
8. Never Grow Up
9. Enchanted
10.Better Than Revenge
11. Innocent
12. Haunted
13. Last Kiss
14. Long Live

Disc Two:
1. Ours
2. If This Was A Movie
3. Superman
4. Back To December – acoustic version
5. Haunted – acoustic version
6. Min
7. Back To December
8. The Story Of Us

Red

Released: October 22, 2012

Taylor Swift’s Red album was released with much fanfare and eager anticipation from her growing fan base. By the time Red was released, Taylor Swift had already become the most popular musical artist of the 21st century. The Red album stands as a turning point in Taylor Swift’s career. Her first three albums were considered country records, although they were county in the new country style that crossed over into pop music like Carrie Underwood or the Dixie Chicks. However, on Red, Taylor Swift decided to experiment with many different genres of music that surprised many people. It’s not often that a very successful artist will taper with their successful style, but as we have seen with the greats like Tom Waits U2, true artists never fear exploring new ground.

To help her explore new styles of music, Taylor Swift utilized an assortment of different producers on the record, such as the legendary hitmaker Max Martin, as well as  Dann Huff, Dan Wilson Shellback, Butch Walker Jeff Bhasker, Dan Wilson, and Jacknife Lee. The results were an extraordinary record that showcased an artist still growing musically and continuing to pen her soul about her personal life to her fans who related to her unlike they had ever related to any artists before her.

CD Songs List

1. State Of Grace
2. Red
3. Treacherous
4. I Knew You Were Trouble
5. All Too Well
6. 22
7. I Almost Do
8. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
9. Stay Stay Stay
10. The Last Time with  Gary Lightbody
11. Holy Ground
12. Sad Beautiful Tragic
13. The Lucky One
14. Everything Has Changed with Ed Sheeran
15. Starlight
16. Begin Again

Deluxe Edition

Disc One:

1. State Of Grace
2. Red
3. Treacherous
4. I Knew You Were Trouble
5. All Too Well
6. 22
7. I Almost Do
8. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
9. Stay Stay Stay
10. The Last Time with  Gary Lightbody
11. Holy Ground
12. Sad Beautiful Tragic
13. The Lucky One
14. Everything Has Changed with Ed Sheeran
15. Starlight
16. Begin Again

Disc Two:

1. The Moment I Knew
3. 2. Come Back… Be Here
4. Girl At Home
5. Treacherous – demo
6. Red – demo
7. State Of Grace – demo

1989

Released October 27, 2014

Now we turn to an album that stands as one of the biggest turning points in Taylor Swift’s career. Taylor Swift’s “1989” is her fifth studio album, released on October 27, 2014, through Big Machine Records. The album marks a significant departure from her country and country-pop roots, diving deep into the realms of pop, synth-pop, and electropop. Primarily recorded at Conway Recording Studios in Los Angeles, the album saw contributions from various producers, most notably Max Martin and Shellback, who had significant roles in shaping the album’s modern pop soundscape. Swift herself is credited as an executive producer. Other producers involved include Ryan Tedder, Noel Zancanella, and Jack Antonoff. Musicians on the album include Swift (vocals, guitar, piano), Max Martin (various instruments, programming), Shellback (various instruments, programming), and several other session musicians for specialized instrumentation.

Critical reception for “1989” was overwhelmingly positive. The album was lauded for its mature songwriting, cohesive production, and Swift’s evolution as an artist. However, it wasn’t the critical reaction that made this album such an important one in her career. It was a certain set of songs that young female fans became totally enthralled with. Songs that have become complete Taylor Swift classics.  With tracks like “Shake It Off,” “Blank Space,” and “Bad Blood,” Swift deftly explored themes of love, identity, and the complexities of fame. These songs, backed by polished production and infectious hooks, showcased her ability to blend lyrical depth with commercial appeal. “1989” received numerous awards, including the Grammy for Album of the Year in 2016, making Swift the first female solo artist to win this award twice.

In terms of commercial success, “1989” was nothing short of a blockbuster. It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, selling over 1.28 million copies in its first week in the U.S. alone—making Swift the first artist to have three albums sell more than one million copies in their opening week. The album also dominated various international charts and was certified multi-platinum in multiple countries.  “1989” has sold over 10 million copies in the United States and an estimated 22 million copies globally. With its sweeping commercial success and critical acclaim, “1989” is considered a defining work in Swift’s discography and a milestone in 21st-century pop music.

CD Songs List

1. Welcome To New York
2. Blank Space
3. Style
4. Out Of The Woods
5. All You Had To Do Was Stay
6. Shake It Off
7. I Wish You Would
8. Bad Blood
9. Wildest Dreams
10. How You Get The Girl
11. This Love
12. I Know Places
13. Clean

Deluxe Edition:

1. Welcome To New York
2. Blank Space
3. Style
4. Out Of The Woods
5. All You Had To Do Was Stay
6. Shake It Off
7. I Wish You Would
8. Bad Blood
9. Wildest Dreams
10. How You Get The Girl
11. This Love
12. I Know Places
13. Clean
14. Wonderland
15. You Are In Love
16. New Romantics

Reputation

Released November 10, 2017

Truly great artists never release the same type of album twice in a row. Theses legendary artists grow with each released record not caring about airplay or sales. Their art, their fans their reputation mean more to them than anything. It’s what makes them genuine, its what makes their fans completely dedicated to them. Reputation, Taylor Swift’s sixth studio is a shining example of that. The album was released on November 10, 2017, via Big Machine Records. The album marked a radical shift in Swift’s image and musical style, embracing a darker, edgier pop and electronic sound compared to her previous work. Recording primarily took place at MXM Studios in Stockholm, Sweden, and Conway Recording Studios in Los Angeles, California. The album was produced mainly by Max Martin, Shellback, and Jack Antonoff, with Swift serving as the executive producer. The list of musicians featured on the album includes Swift herself (vocals, piano), Max Martin (keyboards, programming), Shellback (guitar, keyboards, programming), and a host of session musicians contributing to specialized instrumentation.

The critical response to “Reputation” was generally favorable. While the album polarized some critics due to its stark shift in musical direction and its intense focus on themes of media scrutiny, fame, and romantic relationships, others praised its cohesive production and Swift’s vocal delivery. Songs like “Look What You Made Me Do,” “End Game,” and “Delicate” received particular attention for their lyrical depth and complex arrangements. The album won the Billboard Music Award for Top Selling Album in 2018 and received a nomination for Best Pop Vocal Album at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.

On the commercial front, “Reputation” debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart, with first-week sales exceeding 1.2 million units in the United States. This made Swift the only artist in history to have four albums sell over one million copies in their debut week. The album was also a commercial success globally, topping charts in several other countries including Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom. “Reputation” has been certified 3x Platinum in the United States and has sold approximately 4.5 million copies worldwide. Its massive commercial success, coupled with its thematic and musical evolution, makes “Reputation” a significant chapter in Taylor Swift’s ever-evolving career.

CD Songs List

1. …Ready For It?
2. End Game with  Ed Sheeran and Future
3. I Did Something Bad
4. Don’t Blame Me
5. Delicate
6. Look What You Made Me Do
7. So It Goes…
8. Gorgeous
9. Getaway Car
10. King Of My Heart
11. Dancing With Our Hands Tied
12. Dress
13. This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things
14. Call It What You Want
15. New Year’s Day

Lover

Released: August 23, 2019

CD Songs List

1. I Forgot That You Existed
2. Cruel Summer
3. Lover
4. The Man
5. The Archer
6. I Think He Knows
7. Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince
8. Paper Rings
9. Cornelia Street
10.Death By A Thousand Cuts
11. London Boy
12. Soon You’ll Get Better with the Dixie Chicks
13. False God
14. You Need To Calm Down
15. Afterglow
16. Me!  with Brendon Urie
17. It’s Nice To Have A Friend
18. Daylight

Folklore

Released July 24, 2020

CD Songs List

1. The 1
2. Cardigan
3. The Last Great American Dynasty
4. Exile with Bon Iver
5. My Tears Ricochet
6. Mirrorball
7. Seven
8. August
9. This Is Me Trying
10. Illicit Affairs
11. Invisible String
12. Mad Woman
13. Epiphany
14. Betty
15. Peace
16. Hoax
17. The Lakes

Evermore

Released December 11, 2020

CD Songs List

1. Willow
2. Champagne Problems
3. Gold Rush
4. Tis The Damn Season
5. Tolerate It
6. No Body, No Crime with Haim
7. Happiness
8. Dorothea
9. Coney Island- with the National
10. Ivy
11. Cowboy Like Me
12. Long Story Short
13. Marjorie
14. Closure
15. Evermore – with Bon Iver
16. Right Where You Left Me
17. It’s Time To Go

Taylor Swift Re-recordings

Fearless (Taylor’s Version)

Released April 9, 2021

CD Songs List

1. Fearless
2. Fifteen
3. Love Story
4. Hey Stephen
5. White Horse
6. You Belong With Me
7. Breathe with Colbie Caillat
8. Tell Me Why
9. You’re Not Sorry
10. The Way I Loved You
11. Forever & Always
12. The Best Day
13. Change
14. Jump Then Fall
15. Untouchable
16. Forever & Always – Piano Version
17. Come In With The Rain
18. Superstar
19. The Other Side Of The Door
20. Today Was A Fairytale
21. You All Over Me – with Maren Morris
22. Mr. Perfectly Fine
23. We Were Happy
24. That’s When – with Keith Urban
25. Don’t You
26. Bye Bye Baby
27. Love Story  – Elvira remix – Deluxe Edition Only

Red (Taylor’s Version)

Released: November 12, 2021

CD Songs List

1. State Of Grace
2. Red
3. Treacherous
4. I Knew You Were Trouble
5. All Too Well
6. 22
7.  Almost Do”
8. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”
9. Stay Stay Stay”
10. The Last Time” (featuring Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol)
11. Holy Ground”
12. Sad Beautiful Tragic”
13. The Lucky One”
14. Everything Has Changed” (featuring Ed Sheeran)
15. Starlight”
16. Begin Again”
17. The Moment I Knew”
18. Come Back… Be Here”
19. Girl At Home”
20.State Of Grace” (acoustic version)
21. Ronan”
22. Better Man”
23. Nothing New with Phoebe Bridgers
24. Babe
25. Message In A Bottle
26. I Bet You Think About Me with Chris Stapleton
27. Forever Winter
28. Run – with Ed Sheeran
29. The Very First Night
30. All Too Well  – 10 Minute Version

Midnights

Released October 21, 2022

All songs written by Taylor Swift and Jack Antonoff except where additional writers have been noted.

CD Track Listing

  1. “Lavender Haze” –  (Taylor Swift, JackAntonoff, Zoë Kravitz, Mark Spears, Jahaan Sweet)
  2. “Maroon”
  3. “Anti-Hero”
  4. “Snow on the Beach” – (Taylor Swift, Elizabeth Grant,  Jack Antonoff) – featuring Lana Del Rey 
  5. “You’re on Your Own, Kid”
  6. “Midnight Rain”
  7. “Question…?”
  8. “Vigilante Shit”
  9. “Bejeweled”
  10. “Labyrinth”
  11. “Karma” – (Taylor Swift,  Jack Antonoff, Spears, Sweet, Keanu Torres)
  12. “Sweet Nothing” – (Taylor Swift, William Bowery)
  13. “Mastermind”

Midnights Deluxe Edition

  1. “Lavender Haze”
  2. “Maroon”
  3. “Anti-Hero”
  4. “Snow on the Beach” – featuring Lana Del Rey
  5. “You’re on Your Own, Kid”
  6. “Midnight Rain”
  7. “Question…?”
  8. “Vigilante Shit”
  9. “Bejeweled”
  10. “Labyrinth”
  11. “Karma”
  12. “Sweet Nothing”
  13. “Mastermind”
  14. “Hits Different”
  15. “You’re on Your Own, Kid” (Strings remix)
  16. Sweet Nothing” (Piano remix)

Midnights 3 AM Edition

  1. “Lavender Haze” –  (Taylor Swift, JackAntonoff, Zoë Kravitz, Mark Spears, Jahaan Sweet)
  2. “Maroon”
  3. “Anti-Hero”
  4. “Snow on the Beach” – (Taylor Swift, Elizabeth Grant,  Jack Antonoff) – featuring Lana Del Rey 
  5. “You’re on Your Own, Kid”
  6. “Midnight Rain”
  7. “Question…?”
  8. “Vigilante Shit”
  9. “Bejeweled”
  10. “Labyrinth”
  11. “Karma” – (Taylor Swift,  Jack Antonoff, Spears, Sweet, Keanu Torres)
  12. “Sweet Nothing” – (Taylor Swift, William Bowery)
  13. “Mastermind”
  14. “The Great War” – (Taylor Swift, Aaron Dessner)
  15. “Bigger Than the Whole Sky”
  16. “Paris”
  17. “High Infidelity” – (Taylor Swift, Aaron Dessner)
  18. “Glitch” – (Taylor Swift, Aaron Dessner, Mark Spears, Dew)
  19. “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” – (Taylor Swift, Aaron Dessner)
  20. “Dear Reader”

Midnights Release With  Various Album Covers

Midnights Jade Green Edition

Midnights Blood Moon Edition

Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions (Record Store Day Release 2023)

Released  April 22, 2023

Two record set on vinyl, and only 75,000 copies were made.

1. The 1 (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 3:39
2. Cardigan (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 3:50
3. The Last Great American Dynasty (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 3:52
4. Exile (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 4:39
5. My Tears Ricochet (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 4:55
6. Mirrorball (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 3:57
7. Seven (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 3:28
8. August (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 4:20
9. This Is Me Trying (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 3:29
10. Illicit Affairs (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 3:03
11. Invisible String (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 4:17
12. Mad Woman (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 3:58
13. Epiphany (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 4:34
14. Betty (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 4:50
15. Peace (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 3:34
16. Hoax (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 3:41
17. The Lakes (The Long Pond Studio Sessions) 3:19

Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)

Speak Now (Taylor's Version)

Released July 7, 2023

This is Taylor Swift’s third re-recorded album in re-recorded series. It follows on the heels of the re-recorded albums Red and Fearless.

Track Listings:

Disc: 1
1. Mine (Taylor’s Version)
2. Sparks Fly (Taylor’s Version)
3. Back to December (Taylor’s Version)
4. Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)
5. Dear John (Taylor’s Version)
6. Mean (Taylor’s Version)
7. The Story of Us (Taylor’s Version)
8. Never Grow Up (Taylor’s Version)
9. Enchanted (Taylor’s Version)
10. Better Than Revenge (Taylor’s Version)
11. Innocent (Taylor’s Version)
12. Haunted (Taylor’s Version)

Disc: 2
1. Last Kiss (Taylor’s Version)
2. Long Live (Taylor’s Version)
3. Ours (Taylor’s Version)
4. Superman (Taylor’s Version)
5. Electric Touch (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault)
6. When Emma Falls in Love (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault)
7. I Can See You (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault)
8. Castles Crumbling (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault)
9. Foolish One (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault)
10. Timeless (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault)

1989 (Taylor’s Version)

Released October 27, 2023

Track Listing

1. “Welcome to New York”- 3:32
2. “Blank Space” – 3:51
3. “Style” – 3:51
4. “Out of the Woods” – 3:55
5. “All You Had to Do Was Stay” – 3:13
6. “Shake It Off” – 3:39
7. “I Wish You Would” – 3:27
8. “Bad Blood” – 3:31
9. “Wildest Dreams” – 3:40
10. “How You Get the Girl” – 4:07
11. “This Love” Swift – 4:10
12. “I Know Places” – 3:15
13. “Clean” – 4:31
14. “Wonderland” – 4:05
15. “You Are in Love” – 4:27
16. “New Romantics” – 3:50
17. “‘Slut!'” – 3:00
18. “Say Don’t Go” – 4:39
19. “Now That We Don’t Talk” – 2:26
20. “Suburban Legends” – 2:51
21. “Is It Over Now?” – 3:49

The Tortured Poets Department

Released April 19, 2024

Track Listing

  1. “Fortnight” (featuring Post Malone)
  2. “The Tortured Poets Department”
  3. “My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys”
  4. “Down Bad”
  5. “So Long, London”
  6. “But Daddy I Love Him”
  7. “Fresh Out the Slammer”
  8. “Florida!!!” (featuring Florence and the Machine)
  9. “Guilty as Sin?”
  10. “Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?”
  11. “I Can Fix Him (No Really I Can)”
  12. “Loml”
  13. “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart”
  14. “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived”
  15. “The Alchemy”
  16. “Clara Bow”

Taylor Swift EP And Special Albums

Only official CD releases have been included; iTunes or Spotify digital collections have not been included.

The Taylor Swift Holiday Collection

Released October 14, 2007

1. Last Christmas
2. Christmases When You Were Mine
3. Santa Baby
4. Silent Night
5. Christmas Must Be Something More
6. White Christmas

Beautiful Eyes

Released July 15, 2008 for Walmart

1. Beautiful Eyes
2. Should’ve Said No – Alternate version
3. Teardrops On My Guitar – Acoustic version
4. Picture To Burn – Radio edit
5. I’m Only Me When I’m with You
6. I Heart ?”

TAYLOR SWIFT LIVE ALBUMS

Speak Now World Tour – Live

Released: November 21, 2011

CD Songs List

1. Sparks Fly
2. Mine
3. Story of Us
4. Mean
5. Ours
6. Back to December/Apologize/You’re Not Sorry
7. Better Than Revenge
8. Speak Now
9. Last Kiss
10. Drops of Jupiter
11. Bette Davis Eyes
12. I Want You Back
13. Dear John
14. Enchanted
15. Haunted
16. Long Live

Live from Clear Channel Stripped 2008

Taylor Swift Albums

Released: April 23, 2020

CD Songs List

  1. “Love Story”  – 3:41
  2. “Fearless” – 3:18
  3. “Beautiful Eyes”– 2:56
  4. “Untouchable”  – 3:42
  5. “Teardrops on My Guitar”  – 3:16
  6. “Picture to Burn” – 2:53
  7. “Should’ve Said No”  – 3:48
  8. “Change”  – 4:18

Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions (From the Disney+ Special)

Taylor Swift Albums

Released November 24, 2020

CD Songs List

1. The 1
2. Cardigan
3. The Last Great American Dynasty
4. Exile
5. My Tears Ricochet
6. Mirrorball
7. Seven
8. August
9. This Is Me Trying
10. Illicit Affairs
11. Invisible String
12. Mad Woman
13. Epiphany
14. Betty
15. Peace
16. Hoax
17. The Lakes

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